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All Babes Want to Kill Me (2005)

PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance | 4 July 2006 (Turkey)
A Martial Artist, afflicted with a disease that makes beautiful women want to kill him, goes on a suicide mission to find true love anyway.

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Cast overview, first billed only:
... Vatchel Cho
Gianni Lazuli ... Shang Cho
Alex Cain ... Marina Green
... Ling Cho
Sara Litz ... Volina
... Mr. Cho
Bridget Ellen ... First Marina
... Second Marina
... Third Marina
... Fourth Marina
Phi Vu ... Phi the Attorney
Kurt Nelson ... Kurt the Attorney
Patricia Place ... Elderly Marina
Steve Mallory ... Retarded Man
Rhoden Skyles ... The Chef
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A martial artist, afflicted with a disease that makes beautiful women want to kill him, goes on a suicide mission to find true love anyway. Written by <HighCottonFilms@aol.com>

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Come Celebrate the Cruelty.

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for violence, crude humor, sex and drug content | See all certifications »
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4 July 2006 (Turkey)  »

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Kill Me Blonde  »

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$2,250, 18 February 2005, Limited Release
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Trivia

Shang's car, the gold convertible Cadillac, was called the Shang Mobile. See more »

Quotes

Shang Cho: That's the sound of both you losers gettin' off my teet.
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Crazy Credits

From the High Cotton Films logo they push through the image of the animation of the woman standing in the field of cotton and dissolve into the movie with a moving shot through the desert. See more »

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Naiagara
Music by Ikuno and words by Yoko
Performed by Noodles
Courtesy of Benten Label
Under license from Seven Gods Music
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Jaw-droppingly awful
3 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

The only reason that this movie is not yet on the IMDb Bottom 100 is because of electoral fraud from the producers. A fact even more obvious when you check the dates of the positive reviews. The movie was released 2005 and almost all of the the positive reviews are from 2002-2004.

Someone wrote that you can only like this movie if you are an investor or younger than 8 years old. I'd say that if you remove the children younger than 8 that might be true.

The movies does not contain one single laugh and it is prejudicial about race, gender, ethnicity, disability and so forth.

It is truly as bad as it gets.


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